Access Networks now offers a full range of testing and analysis tools from leading manufacturer NetAlly. The partnership demonstrates Access Networks’ continued commitment to helping integrators prosper in the challenging IT marketplace. From simple handheld measurement devices to comprehensive software platforms, Access Networks’ new line of NetAlly products provides instant visibility in the palm of the hand for efficient problem solving, streamlined workflow, reduced service calls, and greater customer satisfaction through network optimization.
“The NetAlly partnership rounds out our service and support program nicely, giving integrators yet another method to ensure successful deployments of home networks,” says Bryce Nordstrand, vice president, general manager of managed services at Snap One. “Our mission has always been to support our Partners through innovation, pre- and post-installation support, and exceptional customer service, so providing quick, easy access to proven testing and validation tools was a logical next step in our progression as a leading home networking provider.”
Adds Nathan Holmes, senior manager, training at Snap One, “The addition of NetAlly solutions is a perfect complement to our on-site consultations and custom design and service assistance. It gives our Partners tools they can use themselves in the field to validate network performance that’s quick and relatively easy. Our Partners were asking for an alternative to our on-site surveys, and now, through our partnership with NetAlly, they can handle many of the same validation tasks themselves.”
Through NetAlly products offered by Access Networks, integrators can proactively identify and locate interference, accurately plan and design Wi-Fi 6 networks before rolling out APs, observe the Wi-Fi coverage and reach of APs, and create visual heatmaps for reference, among many other tasks.
Integrators can visit the Access Networks Partner Portal to peruse and purchase NetAlly products. To learn more about proper testing and validation practices, contact the Access Networks training team at [email protected]
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